Postgraduate Coursework Support Services
Situated in Australia’s national capital, UNSW Canberra has the best staff to student ratio in Australia, world class facilities and support services. As a student you will have access to the Academy Library, Indoor sports centre, bookshop, coffee shop, bank, prayer room and modern open study areas. Plus we have a range of support services to help you with every aspect of your study.
Support Services for Postgraduate Coursework students
At the Academic Language and Learning (ALL) Unit we provide you with opportunities to further develop your academic skills, master academic language and literacy strategies and clarify academic expectations.
We offer individual consultations with learning advisors, workshops and online resources to help you achieve your academic potential.
Click on the link above to find out more about the Academic Language and Learning Unit or to make a booking to work with a learning advisor.
The Academy Library provides a range of services to support its students studying off-campus, including access to high quality electronic resources, home delivery of print materials and online guides and instructional tutorials.
Library staff are on hand to assist you in person, by phone or via the AskUs service should you like to lodge a query. For in depth assistance we can conduct an extended research consultation with you via screen sharing software.
Free counselling support is available for all currently enrolled UNSW Canberra postgraduate students. Your student counsellor will listen closely to your concerns and needs, allow for exploration, support new perspectives, provide knowledge, offer strategies, and assist you to resolve or manage your situation. In other words, support is individualised to support students work through challenges, navigate change, and regain balance.
To find out more information and/or to book an appointment, follow this link.
Otherwise, you may email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (02) 5114 5239 (and identify yourself as a UNSW Canberra student) with any queries or booking requests. The Civilian Student Counselling Service is located within the Learning and Teaching Group (LTG), Building 14 (opposite ADFA cafe), Level 1 (upstairs – third door on your left).
Student Administrative Services
Student Administrative Services (SAS) provides students with quality administrative support whilst promoting the academic programs of students and enhancing their educational experience at UNSW Canberra.
They can help answer any questions you might have about admission, scholarships, enrolment, research candidature and graduation.
Current students can access forms and more information by visiting the Student Gateway.
Telephone: +61 2 6268 6000
Ground Floor, Adams Auditorium,
Information Communication and Technology Services (ICTS)
Information, Communication and Technology Services (ICTS) is the central Information Technology provider for the whole UNSW Canberra campus.
ICTS is a member of the Student and Academic Support Group (SASG) which provides client focused support for the teaching, research, training and administration needs of UNSW Canberra.
Information and Communications and Technology Services is of critical importance to the University in the support of academic enquiry and research, teaching and learning, core business activities and communications. In recognition of this, UNSW Canberra provides computing, email, Internet and communication facilities to its staff and students for the purposes of research, teaching and learning; and to support the administration of the University.
ICTS strongly recommends that staff and students read the following 'Acceptable Use of UNSW Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Resources Policy'. http://www.gs.unsw.edu.au/policy/documents/ictpolicy.pdf
Hours of Operation:
ICTS operates 5 days a week Monday to Friday (Canberra business days ONLY)
08:00 to 17:00 (Australian Eastern Standard Time)
Telephone: + 61 02 6268 8140
Email: at email@example.com
A locality map of ICTS Building 14 can be found here